Brighouse Town are throwing open to doors of the Dual Seal Stadium for tomorrow night’s Northern Counties East League clash with Glasshoughton MW.
Entry is free for the Premier Division clash (7.45) as Paul Quinn’s side chase a seventh successive win.
Brighouse are awaiting the draw for the third round of the FA Vase after their 2-0 win at Stoke side Norton United on Saturday, a tight tie against the North West Counties League team turned just after the hour, when Brighouse bagged two goals in seven minutes.
First the prolific Tom Matthews pounced for his 20th goal, of the season, then Ryan Hall doubled the advantage.
Results in Saturday’s league games meant Brighouse dropped to fifth, but they have seven games in hand on leaders Tadcaster Albion, who are 11 points ahead of them.
“We have a busy spell of midweek and Saturday games coming up, but it’s a great chance to get points in the board,” said Quinn.
“We really appreciate the support we are getting, and free entry to tomorrow’s game is out way of saying thank you.”
Glasshoughton are 13th after a 2-1 home defeat by Albion Sports on Saturday, when Tadcaster won 4-0 at Pickering Town.
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